Low marshals a compelling array of Darwinian arguments to bolster the importance of biological sex in everyday human interaction...The breadth of materials which Low musters to support her argument plumbs every nook and cranny of human and animal existence...Her analysis remains readable and provocative to the end... -Kirkus Reviews
A useful survey of what is known about behavioral sex differences in animals and humans, covering biology, anthropology, sociology and history. It is clear and informative. -Colin McGinn, The New York Times Book Review
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